I wanted to balance them out! One eyebrow is higher than other
I have one eyebrow higher than the other before Botox.Now 7 days in one is really high! Advice? (photo)
Doctor Answers 14
I am sorry you did not get the results you were looking for. This can easily be fixed by injecting a little more Botox to the brow that is higher. Having Botox injected by an expert will minimize your risk having such complications.
This can easily be fixed with 1-2 units over your right eyebrow. I recommend returning back to your injector for a touchup.
Botox To Fix Eyebrow Asymmetry
It can take up to 2 weeks for Botox to fully kick in. I would give it another week. If the asymmetry still exists then it can be further corrected by adding a little more Botox to the elevated eyebrow. Best wishes.
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Hello, and thanks for your question. I'm sorry you did not get the result you had hoped for. The good news is that this asymmetry can be fixed by placing some more Botox above your right eyebrow. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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This can be improved by lowering the higher brow (easy) or raising the lower brow (harder). This takes an experienced injector.
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Botox can be used to shape the brows, and a tiny amount now in your forehead will bring that brow right down. In the future, you can have it injected in a pattern that will allow your other brow to lift and both brows to be at the same height.
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This is called the Mephisto effect. The region of forehead muscle above your right brow is still very active, while the rest is relaxed. This has lead to the peaking of the brow when you animate. A couple more units of botox will correct this fairly quickly.
Botox is not laser precision. Based on experience and the patient's anatomy, a reasonable dose is placed evenly and then there is a small degree of 'spread'. It doesn't always come out 'perfect' regardless of whether you went to a board certified dermatologist/plastic surgeon/generalist or to a qualified nurse injector, I guarantee you they all correct for this. In other words, it is not bad technique per se.
The worse problem to have is for too much to be placed in this region, which can result in brow ptosis (dropped brow) for which little can be done other than waiting for the effect to lessen.
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This can be fixed by adding a few units of the botox in the area of the higher brow. Be sure that you go to an experienced injector that knows the muscle anatomy around the eyes.
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Looking at your photos, I would recommend seeing your physician 2 weeks after Botox injection thus giving the product enough time to exhibit most of its effect. Thereafter balancing can be achieved by injecting a small amount of Botox to the higher brow. All the best.